Filed under: Chicago Fire, Highlights, MLS News, Highlights, Videos, and Scores | Major League Soccer Highlights, Philadelphia Union
Philadelphia Union 1 – 0 Chicago : Scoring Summary
Philadelphia Union: Jack McInerney (3′)
An early goal from the Unions Jack McInerney was enough to gain the Philadelphia Union 3 points in home win over the Chicago Fire.
Check out the highlights after the jump…..
Filed under: Highlights, MLS News, Highlights, Videos, and Scores | Major League Soccer Highlights, Portland Timbers, Vancouver Whitecaps
Vancouver Whitecaps 2 – 2 Portland Timbers : Scoring Summary
Vancouver Whitecaps: Camilo Sanvezzo (24′)
Portland Timbers: Will Johnson (PEN 52′)
Vancouver Whitecaps: Gershon Koffie (54′)
Portland Timbers: Adolfo Valencia (84′)
Highlights after the jump…..
Filed under: Columbus Crew, Highlights, MLS News, Highlights, Videos, and Scores | Major League Soccer Highlights, Toronto FC
Toronto FC 0 – 1 Columbus : Scoring Summary
Columbus: Dominic Oduro (42′)
Highlights after the jump……
Filed under: Humor, Movies, Trailers
The continuing on-set adventures of San Diego’s top rated newsman starring Will Ferrell, Christina Applegate, Paul Rudd, Steve Carell, David Koechner, Kristen Wiig and Fred Willard…. #CantWait
Check out the trailer after the jump…..
Filed under: David Beckham, France, Highlights, Ligue 1, PSG
Paris Saint-Germain 3 – 1 Brest : Scoring Summary
Paris Saint-Germain: Zlatan Ibrahimovic (5′, 36′)
Paris Saint-Germain: Blaise Matuidi (31′)
Brest: Charlison Benshop (81′)
David Beckham, skipper for the night, bade a tearful Parisian farewell on Saturday as the former England star made his final appearance at the Parc des Princes for Ligue 1 champions Paris Saint Germain before heading into retirement. He left with a wonderful performance assisting Blaise Matuidi in PSG’s third and final goal in a 3 – 1 victory over Brest.
Watch the match highlights after the jump……
Filed under: Cool Ish, Culture & Lifestyle, PSG
Awesome moment here from the PSG teammates as David Beckham has told everyone that this PSG finale will be his final game playing the sport professionally and he plans to retire. Love him or hate him, there is no denying his contribution to the game, and seeing someone go out on his own terms after an absolutely ridiculous career spanning a whole lot of countries and whole lot of games and a whole lot of trophies, is awesome. Shouts out to David Freaking Beckham.
* PSG won 3 – 1
Check out some really cool video after the jump…..
Filed under: Manchester City, Roberto Mancini
Roberto Mancini, the former Man City boss, who hasn’t spoken to the media since being sacked after a second place fininsh following a year in which his side won the Premier League, broke his silence with a full-page ad in the Manchester Evening News(paper) to acknowledge ‘Three Unforgettable Years’ and thank the millions of Manchester City supporters who have been along for the ride.
* Class move bro!
Filed under: Culture & Lifestyle, Food, Random Soccer in Random Places, TV
“Tangier is one of the few places left in the world where, so long as you don’t proceed to robbery, violence, or some form of crude, antisocial behavior, you can do exactly what you want.” – Anthony Bourdain
Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown is a show that you should be watching. What Parts Unknown is, is a travel and food show on CNN, that premiered last month where Anthony Bourdain travels to places that are unknown to most people and give his very Bourdainian take on the culture, its people, and most importantly its culinary treats that to this point may be undiscovered by most. The show is wildly entertaining and I’ve been looking for a way to shoehorn it into a post on TOW, and when I happened to be watching the Tangier episode this morning and saw them walking down an alley, I noticed this soccer storefront and knew it would be a good Random Soccer in Random Places post.
You know, when I first saw this show I made the comment on my fb that I am fed up with foodie types on TV and in real life, and AB is the only person this side of Tom Collichio that I will tolerate talking about food for more than 35 seconds, and I found some episodes on youtube so that you can see what I’m talking about. If you have the time, check out the Canada episode because Bourdain and some of his friends have one of the most absolutely incredible meals that I have ever seen in my life. Just as a side note, this show is so good, CNN picked it up for a second season a couple of days after the first episode aired. This is one of the best written and best shot shows on tv. Watch it.
Anthony Bourdain : Parts Unknown airs on Sundays on CNN